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Two Jesuits and Israel: Robert Drinan and Daniel Berrigan

Daniel Berrigan, SJ, and Robert Drinan, SJ, were two of the most prominent American Jesuits ever, but on Israel they vociferously disagreed

Forced Conversions of Christians in India 

A disturbing trend of forced or coerced conversions of Christians to Hinduism is emerging in India

Democracy’s Failure in Pakistan and then Afghanistan

The story of democracy’s failure to take root in Afghanistan is directly related to its failure in Pakistan

ISIS-K: What the Moscow Attack Means

That the United States warned Russia before the Crocus Hall attack in Moscow that killed 145 people cannot be forgotten

Pope Francis Contradicts Catholic Catechism on Just War

Pope Francis’s comments urging Ukrainian surrender are morally wrong and inconsistent with Catholic teaching

Starship Troopers: Heinlein’s Classic Realism

The novel Starship Troopers (1959) remains a classic of realist political philosophy in the democratic tradition

Henry Clay and the Problem of Politics

Few figures in American history have had as distinguished a political career as Henry Clay.

The China Nexus: Thirty Years In and Around the Chinese Communist Party’s Tyranny

Benedict Rogers’ “The China Nexus: Thirty Years In and Around the CCP’s Tyranny” traces the mounting repression of the Chinese state

Is April 5 Still the UN’s International Day of Conscience?  

April 5th is the UN’s International Day of Conscience, but does the world still care about freedom of conscience?

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